- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
Reviews & Ratings
33 Customer Reviews
"Wonderful peaceful break & wildlife amazing"
""Charlotte" is clean and comfy, and so much bigger than the photo's suggest's, and the outlook on to a wooded area, where deer, geese, pheasant and canada geese all come wandering past the patio, is just fantastic, from the other side your can watch the steam trains go by."
It is on a quiet site, with easy access to the towns and attractions and not forgetting the wonderful foot paths that are all well sign posted and easy to follow, but l will say there are a LOT of hills, but there again that's what the Peak District is all about !
"A lovely, well equipped cottage in a great location."
"We had a great holiday the cottage was really nice It was very clean and spacious inside Nice big bathroom kitchen and 1 bedroom."
Doesn't have enclosed garden but dogs not allowed We had deers geese and pheasants visiting us on little patio You had lovely views of hills and steam train going past Nice little romantic place to stay No internet but that didn't bother us The staff on the caravan park was very friendly Will be definitely going back
"A lovely comfortable cottage, quite spacious."
The lounge and kitchen don't get much daylight due to the tall trees. The wildlife is great, deer come to the patio to be fed. Geese, squirels, pheasants and birds also come and all will eat anything.
"We loved staying at Bronte Caravan Park in the lovely Charlotte chalet."
It was a quiet park that has been tastefully set out. The chalet has parking out front and a small patio are at the back. A small area of woodland is behind the chalet and you can hear the river burbling away down the hill - and the steam train which passes the park. The chalet itself is really lovely. The bathroom is big and has a bath and a decent overhead shower. The bedroom has a comfy bed and a wardrobe and bedside tables for storage. The lounge has an enormous sofa which is lovely for lazing on to watch the tv. The kitchen is a nice size with plenty of storage, a nice cooker, washing machine, table and chairs and the usual pots and pans etc. The park is a short drive into Keighley and close to Howarth. There is a good chippie 5 min drive away. The wildlife made our stay. You get regular visits from deer, geese, a robin and pheasant. We found porridge oats were a hit. We found the owner very helpful and friendly. If you are staying i would suggest taking condiments, bin bags, oven gloves, washing up sponge/cloth, washing tablets, hand soap . The fridge is small which we found to be a challenge for a 2 week stay especially in the heat. It does have everything you need but could do with another chopping board and potato peeler. Another table in the lounge would be useful for cups etc and maybe a little folding table to go on the patio. But overall, these are small things. We had a lovely stay and I want to thank the team for looking after us so well. We hopefully will return when time allows. Jenny & Mike
"This cottage is lovely larger than it looks in pictures."
The site it based on is lovely for evening walks. Having the wildlife coming to the patio doors ie deer geese pheasant. Feeding the deer and geese sat outside with your morning coffee is lovely. Could do with a outside table even a cheap plastic one. Would stay again would recommend to others.
"Lovely cottage in a quiet location at a reasonable price."
"Both my wife and I had an extremely relaxing and much needed break surrounded by beautiful countryside and a bonus was for me the KWVR steam railway a stones throw away."
Very nostalgic which brought back lovely memories of days gone by for both of us.
"Loved feeding the Deer on site"
"This is our third time here and every time it gets better the wild life is amazing and the place is well maintained"
"The cottage was extremely clean."
The situation on the site was lovely. Very quiet and peaceful, which is what we like. A few things could have improved the cottage: another small table in the sitting room for cups etc plus coasters. Maybe a couple of trays for taking tea, coffees, snacks into the sitting room. A drainer on the sink for washing up. A shelf or small vanity unit next to the sink in the bathroom would have been handy, also a mat inside the patio doors would be a good idea. However, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and a plus was sitting on the patio in the early morning watching the deer.
"This was our second time there and as before everything was brilliant, lovely ..."
This was our second time there and as before everything was brilliant, lovely and relaxing and quiet we are returning again in September an excellent place for the price and the owners are very polite
"Really enjoyed my break on my own."
Charlotte cottage was just what I needed. It was clean, comfortable and quiet. The highlights being the deer that roam the park, they even took up residence on some grass behind the cottage and stayed there quite happily for an hour or so. There is no internet and the mobile reception can be a bit sketchy but the cottage is in a valley so I was expecting this. I took a portable dvd player with me as a previous review had said that there wasn't one. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay, and would definitely return when I need some quiet time.
"The bungalow was clean and well equipped."
The free roaming wild life were a bonus.
"Lovely holiday let in lovely surroundings."
The holiday let was clean and comfortable with everything we needed. Would highly recommend if fit and able.
"Really didn't like it, come home within a few hours of being there, I would not go back again"
"The cottage was very well equipped, lovely"
"Lovely cottage, great location, a small tip for others would be to take a hair dryer, and maybe a few coat hangers, however we really enjoyed our stay at Charlotte Cottage,Haworth."
"There was just a couple of simple things that alot of people seem to be commenting on."
Another coffee table in lounge, another bedside lamp, pint glasses and hooks in the bathroom. Other than that it was a lovely comfortable cottage.
"Excellent value beautiful holiday"
"It was fabulous."
..not what I was expecting at all for a last minute booking! Deer in the garden, steam trains going past just a lovely tranquil place. Really clean and everything you needed from iron, washing machine to comfy sofa! Would defo be going back next year!!!
"This cottage is well equipped and spacious, the people are very friendly and helpful, we had such a great time we have already booked our holiday for next year in the same cottage."
"Very comfy cottage , photos misleading as made it look like lake was behind back door when it is nowhere near, however small wood is behind with lots of wildlife including Deer."
Cottage bigger than it looks but missing silly things to make stay more special, Table in Lounge, shelves or unit in Bathroom to put toiletries on, tiny half sized fridge in full sized space. Generally wonderful place to stay would recommend highly despite its very minor faults
Unexpected bonus of wonderful wildlife. Comfortable,spotless and well equipped cottage with the most amazing settee! Lovely friendly and helpful hosts. Wouldn't hesitate to return.
"The surroundings were fabulous lots of wildlife nice tranquil places to sit and enjoy the sunshine"
"Great cottage, very clean."
Great location, visiting wildlife was an added bonus
"The postcode supplied for this property is incorrect."
It led us to a country pub and when we asked where the Bronte caravan park was they gave us new directions (about 2 miles away). Apparent this is a regular is a regular occurrence.
"We had a fantastic time shame we couldn’t stay longer great scenery this is ..."
We had a fantastic time shame we couldn’t stay longer great scenery this is not our first Sykes holiday and it won’t be the last thank you
"This cottage lacks basic kitchen items i."
E. no casserole dishes, basins, jug, teapot, milk jug, potato masher, grater, sieve etc. There was only one bath towel supplied for 2 people for a week. No wifi which everyone uses nowadays. Otherwise it was a warm cosy cottage. The steam trains pass by regularly. Near to Haworth which is worth visiting.
"We had a lovely stay and would definitely rebook this property very peaceful."
"Only thing letting it down was the lack of utensils in the kitchen, which is an easy fix."
"Although the cottage was very clean etc."
it was very dark requiring the lights to be on (all day) if needed to be. Situated at the bottom of a steep bank.
- All ground floor
- One double bedroom
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Kitchen with dining area
- Sitting room
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, selection of books and games
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair
- Off road parking for 1 car
- Private lawned garden
- Shared park grounds
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pubs 5 mins walk
This is a cosy semi-detached, ground floor cottage nestling on the riverside of the owner's caravan park, in the Worth Valley.
Here you’ll find a quiet and relaxing location with a two acre lake and a lovely river running by.
The cottage offers modern and stylish accommodation with a sitting area and patio doors with access to the private rear garden.
A spacious kitchen/diner and a double bedroom with adjoining bathroom make this cottage an ideal base for a relaxing break.
Note: This cottage is next to Ref 929400, together they sleep 4.
A group of two semi-detached cottages set on the owners’ Bronte Caravan Park. These lovely cottages have been renovated to a very high standard and provide an ideal retreat for a couple to get away from it all and enjoy this historic corner of the Yorkshire Dales. The park lies in the Worth Valley alternatively known as the Bronte Country and forms part of the attractive Yorkshire Pennines. The park is less than two miles from the quaint village of Haworth, the former home of the famed Bronte sisters, and boasting excellent restaurants, cafes and good old fashioned, traditional pubs. Both cottages are located over the ground floor and the accommodation is modern and stylish with a bright and cheery feel throughout. The cosy sitting areas feature a large leather corner suite, a modern flat screen TV and patio doors with access to the private rear gardens. The kitchen diner in both properties is spacious and modern with a good range of units and equipment levels providing an excellent space for self-catering. The bedroom is bright and cheery in both properties and the adjoining bathroom is a modern bathroom suite. The park, nestling in its own hidden valley, offers total peace and tranquillity, romanticised with its own Fallow deer park, with the deer sometimes visiting guests in the gardens, two acre lake and the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway running close to the park's boundary, on the opposite side of the river providing the spectacular and nostalgic sight of steam trains. The park is easily accessible from the motorways and ideally situated as a base to enjoy Howarth and its lovely moorland walks. Skipton, gateway to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, is less than 10 miles away, and the Lake District another 30 minutes’ drive beyond. Equally close are the cities of Leeds and Bradford, not to mention a pub lunch on offer at Emmerdale's Woolpack Inn.
About the location
Skipton 13 miles; Hebden Bridge 8 miles.
The small village of Haworth was home to the famous Bronte sisters, who were inspired by the surrounding moorland to pen their novels, which have become classics of English Literature. Haworth is a village that time almost forgot, with its myriad of curiosity and antique shops, alleyways and cobbled streets creating a wonderful period atmosphere, all set against a framing backdrop of countryside famously described in the novel Wuthering Heights as wild, rugged and barren. Nearby, the famous Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic steam railway brought to prominence in the film The Railway Children, provides a lovely day out with a regular service to the old village of Oxenhope. The area abounds with popular places to visit, including the Bronte Parsonage Museum, East Riddlesden Hall, and the National Railway Museum in York. The market town of Skipton, often fondly regarded as the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, is just a short drive away, and also within reach are elegant Harrogate and vibrant Leeds and Manchester.
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